AirAsia X this week opened reservation for its planned Kuala Lumpur – Jaipur route, scheduled to commence on 5th February 2018. The airline previously filed preliminary schedule for this route from 25th March 2018.
This route will be served 3 times a week, with Airbus A330 aircraft.
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AirAsia X (or Air Asia X Berhad) is a long-haul, budget airline based in Malaysia and is a sister company of AirAsia. AirAsia X flies to many destinations including Abu Dhabi, Adelaide, Beijing, Busan, Chengdu, Chongqing, Delhi, Gold Coast, Hangzhou, Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, London, Melbourne, Mumbai, Nagoya, Osaka, Paris, Perth, Seoul and Shanghai. AirAsia X is a low-cost affiliate carrier of the AirAsia Group that currently flies to destinations in the Asia Pacific region. Within the AirAsia family, other subsidiaries include:
Air Asia X was established in 2001 and has hubs in Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabulu, Penan, Johor Bahru and Kuching. AirAsia X operates a core fleet of 29 A330-300s as at (March 2016), each with a seat configuration of 12 Premium Flatbeds and 365 Economy seats. The airline has carried over 15 million guests since it commenced long-haul service in 2007. AirAsia X was the first long-haul, low fare carrier to introduce Premium Flatbed seats, which have a standard business class specifications of 20" width, 60" pitch and stretches out to 77" in a full-recline position.
The Premium flatbeds feature universal power sockets, adjustable headrests and built-in personal utilities such as tray table, drink holder, reading light and privacy screen. Premium seat guests also enjoy premium complimentary products and services including Pick-A-Seat, Priority Check-in, Priority Boarding, Priority Baggage, 40kg Baggage Allowance, Complimentary Meal and use of a Pillow and Duvet.
AirAsia X offers "Quiet Zone" cabin on all its long-haul flights across its network. The service enhancement is exclusively for guests who are above age 12. The "Quiet Zone" cabin features a new ambiance with soft lighting, offering a more relaxed cabin atmosphere, which will ensure a more pleasant journey for guests. AirAsia X was awarded the World's Best Low Cost Airline Premium Seat and the World's Best Low Cost Airline Premium Class titles for three consecutive years at the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards, which took place at the Paris Airshow. The AirAsia Group also received its seventh consecutive year title as the World's Best and Asia's Best Low Cost Airline at the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards. As at December 2015, AirAsia X Group employs 2,893, AllStars from 23 different nationalities around the world.
Indonesia AirAsia is a joint venture of AirAsia X. This airline serves Indonesia AirAsia's regularly scheduled long haul international flights from Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport. Indonesia AirAsia X was planned to launch its first destination to Melbourne on 26 December 2014 but was delayed till 18 March 2015 due to delays in route approval from Australian authority. Instead, Taipei became Indonesia AirAsia X first destination by launching service on 30 January 2015.
Thai AirAsia X
Thai AirAsia X is a joint venture of AirAsia X in Thailand. Thai AirAsia X is Thailand’s first long-haul low-cost airline and began operation since its maiden service from Bangkok to Incheon, South Korea on 17 June 2014 and followed by Tokyo Narita and Osaka Kansai in Japan. The airline currently serves 19 destinations across Asia (Sapporo, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Busan, Taipei, Xian, Beijing, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Shanghai, New Delhi and Kathmandu), Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Gold Coast), New Zealand (Auckland) and the Middle East (Jeddah).
21st May 2018
AirAsia X named world’s cheapest airline for international flights
An AirAsia X Airbus A340 jetliner is greeted upon its landing at the end of AirAsia X’s first flight from Kuala Lumpur to Paris at Paris' Orly Airport on Feb. 14, 2011.
AirAsia X has been named the world’s cheapest airline for international flights.
According to the 2018 Global Flight Price Ranking released by travel planning website Rome2Rio, the low cost carrier’s international flights cost 0.07 US cents per kilometer, making it the cheapest in the world.
For international flights, the top three rankings were dominated by Asian airlines, namely AirAsia X, Air India Express and Indonesia AirAsia.
Kirsteene Phelan, the chief operating officer of Rome2Rio told the Telegraph that the AirAsia Group dominated the rankings with three of its airlines in the top 20.
“Although Qantas (eighth) ranks highly for value, we are often seeing travelers from the UK to Asia and Australia booking with carriers such as Etihad (sixth), Royal Brunei Airlines ( 19th ), China Southern ( 20th ) and Emirates ( 25th ),” said Phelan, “This suggests that while overall value may be high for one airline over another, specific route pricing can vary greatly and travelers need to be vigilant for deals to ensure the best price to their destination.”
As for domestic flights, Tigerair Australia was named the cheapest with 0.06 US cents/km followed by Jetstar with 0.08 US cents/km and Indonesia AirAsia with 0.09 US cents/km.
The ranking was compiled based on the airline price comparison on economy-class airfares displayed on the website in January and February.
“Airlines sometimes offer highly non-competitive fares for shopping queries, so for this analysis we included only fares that fell within two times the cheapest price available for each shopping query,” stated Rome2Rio, stressing that they only focused on economy-class for this study.
17th May 2018
AirAsia X named the the cheapest international carrier by distance travelled
According to a study, AirAsia X and another AirAsia Subsidiary, Indonesia AirAsia, have been named the cheapest airlines by average price ($) per kilometre on international flight searche. This data was analysed by Rome2ri,o who published the 2018 edition of its Global Flight Price Ranking which highlights the cheapest airlines in the world for cost per kilometre. Australia’s Tiger Air is seen as the cheapest airline at a cost of $0.06/km, “likely due to the large distances covered by the budget airline”. From an international perspective, when Rome2rio measured the top 200 airlines by average price ($) per kilometre on international flight searches, it found Asian and Indian carriers dominated the top of the list, with Air Asia X taking top spot, followed by Air India Express and Indonesia AirAsia. Of course, this information should be taken with a pinch of salt, as the price of airlines depends of a lot of other external factors.
27th April 2018
AirAsia X passenger traffic up 13%
AirAsia X announced it carried 13% more passengers to 1.59 million in the first quarter of 2018 from 1.4 million a year ago, after increasing capacity. Its capacity for 1Q18 increased 14% year-on-year (y-o-y), while passenger load factor remained static at 84%. Its available seat per kilometre and revenue passenger kilometres grew 10% and 9%, respectively.
Air Asia X also announced its flight frequencies to Hangzhou and Taipei and began flying to Maldives and Jaipur.
19th April 2018
AirAsia X will not buy A350s - Fernandes
AirAsia X (D7, Kuala Lumpur Int'l) will not buy ten A350-900s it ordered in 2009 as it sees the aircraft as too expensive, AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes has been reported as saying by Reuters.
"The A350 is not an aircraft we will buy," Fernandes has stressed. AirAsia X currently also has sixty-six A330-900s on order with Airbus.
According to Reuters, the carrier is also still engaged in negotiations with Boeing regarding the potential purchase of B787-10s. A final decision on the future fleet for AirAsia X, the long-haul wing of the low-cost South-East Asian group, is expected later this year.
Currently, AirAsia X operates twenty-two A330-300s. According to the ch-aviation fleets module, its sister carrier Indonesia AirAsia X operates a further two aircraft of the type (as well as five narrowbody A320s), while Thai AirAsia X operates seven A330-300s. The group's narrowbody fleet consists exclusively of A320 Family aircraft, including the neo variant.
10th April 2018
AirAsia X sponsers students' programme in Melbourne
AirAsia X airms to inspire gifted youths worldwide with its global talent initiative, “Australia Cultural and Technology Exchange (Acute) 2018” in Melbourne University, Australia. AirAsia X Malaysia marketing head Jurvena Lee sent off 42 students of the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) to take part in the programme, as well as the University's vice chancellor. Acute 2018 is a joint collaboration between the UTM student council, Malaysian Student Council of Australia, Islamic Affairs and Development Body and Malaysia’s Consulate General in Melbourne. Its goals are to promote Malaysian culture to Australian students and highlight UTM students’ latest innovation, which is a quick, cost-effective and durable interlocking brick construction system that has been recently used to build community houses in Tawau, Sawarak.
21st March 2018
Europe a ‘long-term plan’ for Thai AirAsia X
Thai AirAsia X is eyeing potential flights to Europe, but this year will be focused on bolstering its North Asian network.
“It’s a long-term plan, we have been studying again,” said the carrier’s chief executive Nadda Buranasiri during a discussion session at the Routes Asia event in Brisbane.
He admits though that the airline still needs to “fully understand” the market before it launches any routes to Europe.
Nadda adds that the carrier has, in the past, been too aggressive and failed to fully analyse the markets it entered. It had to pay the price for it - especially when it comes to entering into markets that are still dominated by travel agents, rather than the independent travelers that are its core target.
“In 2016 we were too fast in two markets that were not developed in online travel markets,” he admits.
This year, the carrier will take delivery of three Airbus A330-300s, which will take its fleet to nine of the type. The aircraft are being sourced from 49% shareholder AirAsia X.
While it will launch services from Bangkok Don Mueang to Sapporo in April, the bulk of the additional capacity this year will focus on adding frequencies to existing routes.
FlightGlobal schedules data shows that the carrier operates services from Bangkok to Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo and Osaka.
15th March 2018
Melbourne Avalon Airport: AirAsia X to spike new growth phase
Melbourne Avalon Airport has offered airlines, particularly LCCs, an alternative option to Melbourne Tullamarine since it was privatised two decades ago. However Avalon has, until now, struggled to carve out a significant role in the Australian market.
In Feb-2018 Avalon secured the breakthrough it had been seeking for several years by gaining AirAsia X as its first international airline. AirAsia X will move its two daily Melbourne flights from Tullamarine to Avalon later this year, as soon as Avalon completes construction of a new international terminal.
Avalon’s traffic could double in 2019, driven mainly by the new flights from AirAsia X, as well as potential domestic expansion. Jetstar is Avalon’s only domestic airline, but high load factors on Jetstar's 49 weekly departures from Avalon indicate that the airport is underserved, and could support more services from Jetstar or other Australian airlines.
24th February 2018
AirAsia India to roll out etiquette video for first-time flyers
AirAsia India has come up with a solution as to how to teach people how to behave while they are in the air. First-time flyers, of which there are a lot on AirAsia India, will be introduced and instructed on things such as when to arrive at the airport, how to clear security and when to stand up on an airplane. This how-to video, is hoped to eased the experience of new passengers on AirAsia flights. Air fares have fallen rapidly in India in the recent years, and with such fall, more of the country's population have been able to afford air travel, putting pressure on airlines such as AirAisa India to keep up with demands for flight bookings.
Although train travel was once the bread and butter of India's transportation industry, people are increasingly opting for flights with domestic carriers. Another reason the video idea is so popular is that many customers are unaccustomed to the waste dispoal systems in airplanes. Aircraft toilet fascilities have traditionally been built i western style, which many people find alien. As people are used to rail travel, they also think they can carry whatever they want, which is another aspect of confustion that the video hopes to address. No sharp objects and live animals in the air! That's train travel territory.
23rd February 2018
Thai AirAsia are obtaining seven new aircraft
The low-cost airline, Thai AirAsia, creported on Thursday that it is in the final stages of purchasing seven new aircraft this year, bringing its fleet up to 63 aircraft in total. Last year it purchased five new aircraft Currently, Thai AirAsia benefits from the ever-increasing numbers of Chinese passengers flying to Thailand. However, as part of a revenue growth strategy, the airline needs to diversify and this year will increase its flights to India and to the ASEAN region. Tassapon Bijleveld, CEO, said that last year Thai AirAsia added 16 new routes both domestically and inter-regionally. Thai AirAsia’s target for 2018 is 23.2 million passengers with a load factor of 87%.
1st February 2018
AirAsia to switch medium-haul routes to AirAsia X
AirAsia Group Chief Executive Officer Tony Fernandes has confirmed the firm's AirAsia (AK, Kuala Lumpur Int'l) unit will be switching out select routes to its AirAsia X (D7, Kuala Lumpur Int'l) sister carrier.
Speaking via social media, Fernades said routes that are over fours hours would be transferred to the longhaul LCC carrier "as they have matured". This would then free up more capacity for use on AirAsia's more profitable shorter haul routes, he said.
According to the ch-aviation schedules module, routes that fall within the category include those from Malaysia to India, China, Taiwan, Macau, the Philippines, Dhaka in Bangladesh, and Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok. For its part, AirAsia X already serves diverse destinations covering Australia, Taiwan, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, China, and Indonesia using a fleet of twenty-two A330-300s.
Although the switch will mean additional growth for AirAsia X, Fernandes again rejected the notion of resuming flights to Europe stating that the carrier "does not feel the long haul market is ready".
"Not interested in Berlin, London etc," he said. "[It's] Firmly [sic] focussed on medium-haul routes."
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8th January 2018
Malaysia's Airasia X Names Tony Fernandes As Group Ceo
AirAsia X, the long-haul unit of Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia, said Friday it has appointed Anthony Francis Fernandes, better known as Tony Fernandes, as its co-group chief executive.
The re-designation of Fernandes, 53, will be effective Jan. 1, 2018, AirAsia X said in an exchange filing. Fernandes is currently the company's non-independent non-executive director and he will be sharing the CEO role at AirAsia X with current group CEO Kamarudin Meranun.
18th December 2017
AirAsia X flies into Jeju Island
The low-cost carrier became the only airline with direct connections between Kuala Lumpur and Jeju, after Seoul (Incheon) and Busan, it said in a statement.
The four times weekly service between Kuala Lumpur and Jeju would further expand the airline’s network in North Asia and make it the only airline operating direct non-stop services between the two cities.
AirAsia X Malaysia Chairman Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz said the direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Jeju had the potential of generating a capacity of over 156,000 a year between Kuala Lumpur and Jeju.
“Guests can also save a great deal of hassle for domestic transit.
“South Korea is fast becoming an important market to us and we are very grateful for the tremendous support from the governments and relevant authorities for making this new exclusive route possible,” she added.
In conjunction with the launch of the latest destination, AirAsia X is offering promotional all-in-fares from RM249 (inclusive of taxes and fees) one-way on standard seats and from today until Dec 19, 2017 for travel between Dec 16, 2017 and Oct 27,2018.
AirAsia X this week opened reservation for its planned Kuala Lumpur – Jaipur route, scheduled to commence on 5th February 2018. The airline previously filed preliminary schedule for this route from 25th March 2018.
27th October 2017
AirAsia X celebrates a decade of long-haul service at Gold Coast
Low-cost carrier AirAsia X celebrated its 10th anniversary on Thursday at its maiden destination - Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Since its first flight in Nov. 2, 2007, AirAsia X, the long-distance arm of the region’s biggest budget carrier, has flown over 1.8 million passengers between Kuala Lumpur and Gold Coast.
From the initial four weekly flights, the airline now flies 11 times a week between the two cities.
Kuala Lumpur-Gold Coast was AirAsia X’s very first route before Melbourne and Perth were added a year later, followed by Sydney in 2012.
“We have grown from strength to strength since our inception in 2007, having flown more than 30 million passengers to over 25 destinations in different regions, including more than 12 million guests to and from Australia alone,” AirAsia X Malaysia CEO Benyamin Ismail told a gathering at Skypoint’s private function.
He said the company’s growth focus would be on tapping underserved markets and high-traffic routes.
Executive General Manager of Business Development and Marketing at Queensland Airports Paul Donovan said AirAsia X was Gold Coast airport’s first long-haul international carrier to Asia when they started operating 10 years ago.
“That was a game changing moment and it gave Gold Coasters an affordable and convenient travel option to Asia and, just as importantly, put the growing Asian market within easy reach for us,” he said.
Gold Coast Tourism CEO Martin Winter said that air connectivity remains the most important factor in driving demand out of Asia. AirAsia X has provided a valuable gateway to the Gold Coast, ferrying international passengers from Asia and New Zealand, both important sources of visitors.
9th October 2017
Air Asia X to launch KL-Jeju route on Dec 12
has announced Jeju, South Korea, as its latest destination, with four direct flights weekly from Kuala Lumpur.
Speaking at the launch on Monday, AirAsia X CEO Benyamin Ismail said South Korea is an important market and the group has seen tremendous growth from its existing routes to Seoul and Busan.
He said the new route, which will now be complemented by the new service to Jeju, saving guests the hassle of domestic transit to the island province.
“We are targeting to achieve an 80% load factor for the Kuala Lumpur-Jeju course in 12 months.
“Malaysia is the second largest tourist market to South Korea, after China. We carry 2 million passengers per year, between South Korea and Malaysia,” he said.
Benyamin added the new Kuala Lumpur-Jeju route will provide over 150,000 annual capacity and will be a significant boost to strengthen business and tourism ties between Malaysia and South Korea.
AirAsia X in winter 2017/18 season is boosting service to South Korea, with the offering of Kuala Lumpur – Jeju route, on board Airbus A330-300 aircraft. First flight is scheduled on 12DEC17, operating 4 times a week.
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25th August 2017
AirAsiaX bags two gold at 31st international ARC awards
AirAsia X Berhad’s 2016 annual report has won two gold awards at the International Annual Report Competition (ARC) Awards for the first time ever. The airline won the top prize in two categories, Best Non-Traditional Annual Report (Airlines) and Printing and Production (Airlines). It also bagged silver in the Cover Photo/Design (Airlines) category. The annual report, themed “Realising Dreams”, features a memorable cover of three adorable children – a boy donning a pilot's uniform, a girl wearing a cabin crew uniform, and another boy in ordinary clothes with a boarding pass in his pocket like a passenger – to inspire children to strive to make their dreams come true. Established by MerComm Inc in 1987, the ARC Awards aims to encourage noteworthy and vital writing, as well as imaginative and original design. The ARC Awards is the world’s largest international competition honoring excellence in annual reports. Winning an ARC award is highly coveted due to the impartiality of the judging organisations, which boasts global representation.
22nd August 2017
AirAsia introduces Johor Bahru hub to its first route to India
AirAsia, the world’s best low-cost airline today introduced its Johor Bahru hub to its first route to Kolkata, India. The new Johor Bahru-Kolkata route is set to commence operations on 28 November 2017 with 5 times weekly direct flights.
The unique route, which will further expand the connectivity from the airline’s southern hub, will be the airline’s 15th route from Johor Bahru and sixth international destination from the hub.
AirAsia currently operates 150 weekly flights one way to Johor Bahru’s Senai International Airport. In addition to Kolkata, AirAsia also flies to five other international routes from Johor Bahru; Bangkok, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, and Surabaya as well as nine other domestic routes from Johor Bahru; Kuala Terengganu, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi, Kuching, Miri, Tawau, Sibu, and Kota Kinabalu. Kolkata is the capital city of West Bengal. Also known as the ‘Cultural Capital of India,’ the city is rich with attractions such as Indian Museum, one of the most significant and the first museum to be founded in India; Victoria Memorial, a majestic architecture which echoes the design of the Taj Mahal; Belur Math, a temple which stands as an icon of the unity of all religions and many more. In addition, the world’s-famous Darjeeling tea plantation is just a train or bus ride away from Kolkata. Moreover, the ‘City of Joy’ is also well-known for its silk fabric; Tussar and Vishnupuri Silk besides delicious street food such as Jhal Muri, one of the most popular Bengali street snacks of puffed rice and other condiments; Pani Puri, a hollow chip filled with spiced potatoes, dunked into tamarind water; and Ghugni Chaat; a mix of hot yellow peas with vegetables.
2nd August 2017
AirAsia X may restart Adelaide service
Malaysian low-cost carrier Air-Asia X is eyeing restarting its axed Adelaide services and putting on new flights to Canberra and Cairns as it delivers a bullish assessment on the outlook for low-cost carriers in the region. The long-haul sister of Asia’s biggest budget airline, AirAsia, is also considering services to Cairns and Canberra, though over a longer time frame.
25th July 2017
AirAsia X Q2 operating performance above expectations
AirAsia X carried slightly more than a third more passengers in the second quarter (Q2) ended June 30 compared with a year earlier, with the total distance traveled by these passengers expanding by about the same percentage. Announcing its preliminary operating statistics on Tuesday, the long-haul budget carrier said operating performance in the period trended slightly above expectations despite the second quarter historically being the leanest quarter. The number of passengers who flew with AirAsia X Malaysia grew 34.4% to 1.39 million compared to a year earlier, while revenue passenger kilometres grew 35.0% to 6.79 billion. During the quarter under review, AirAsia X Malaysia added frequency to two routes: Kuala Lumpur – Shanghai and Osaka. AirAsia X Thailand carried 387,959 passengers in Q2, 26% higher against the same period last year. Meanwhile, AirAsia X Indonesia re-launched its A330s service in May 2017 with daily flights from Denpasar to Mumbai via Kuala Lumpur (starting May 19), and followed by Denpasar to Narita (starting May 24).
19th June 2017
AirAsia X treats Rohingya kids to Raya do in School
AirAsia X treated 50 Rohingya schoolchildren to a Hari Raya bash in their school. AirAsia X tries to fund programmes that do not get much exposure in the hope of more people supporting good causes such as the Rohingya Community School. The three-storey rented shoplot where the school operated was full of songs and laughter as the AirAsia X team celebrated with the Rohingya children, singing Hari Raya songs and enjoying a lunch of traditional Malaysian cuisine. The Community School, run by MRA since 2009, provides preschool and primary school education to some 60 Rohingya children aged three to 14 years. While some of the children were born in Malaysia, some were from refugee families from various settlements in Kampung Cheras Baru here.
29th June 2017
AirAsia X marked history as flight D7 001 landed at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
AirAsia X marked history as flight D7 001 landed at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport with a load factor of over 90%, marking the airline’s first foray into the United States (US). The inaugural flight carrying guests, members of the Malaysian media and AirAsia X management. Passengers were greeted with local Hawaiian cultural dance and being bestowed leis upon arrival. Also on board the flight were AirAsia X Chairperson Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz and Chief Executive Officer Benyamin Ismail. The airline flies four times weekly from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for Honolulu, Hawaii via Osaka, Japan.
Air Asia X announced it was launching its inaugural flight from Kuala Lumpur to Hawaii
Air Asia X announced it was launching its inaugural flight from Kuala Lumpur to Hawaii via Osaka, Japan. Low-cost airline AirAsia X entered the U.S. market Wednesday, arriving in Honolulu on an inaugural flight for a new route between Malaysia and Hawaii. The AirAsia X flight departed Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and stopped in Osaka, Japan, before landing at Honolulu International Airport. The new flight will operate four times per week utilizing Airbus A330-300 aircraft with 12 premium flatbeds and 365 economy seats.
Last week, AirAsia was named the World’s Best Low Cost Airline for the ninth consecutive year, while AirAsia X won the World’s Best Low Cost Airline Premium Cabin and Premium Seat awards for the fifth year in a row at the Skytrax World Airline Awards held at the Paris Air Show. AirAsia X flies from Kuala Lumpur to Honolulu via Osaka four times a week. AirAsia X, an affiliate of the AirAsia Group, operates in 24 destinations in Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East.
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Kuala Lumpur International Airport is Malaysia's main international airport and is one of the busiest airport in South East Asia. It is the hub airport for Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, AirAsia X and Malindo Air. Other airlines which fly to and from Kuala Lumpur International Airport include Air Astana, Air China, Air France, Air Maurtitius, AirAsia, Cathay Pacific, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, Lion air, Lufthansa and many others.
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